It's Morning Again In Indianapolis

It's morning again in Indianapolis. Today, more men and women will watch auto racing than any other day in the world.

With the largest race in the world converging on Indianapolis, nearly 10,000 people will be passed out at some time today, more than any other time in the past 12 months.

This afternoon, 33 young men and women will drive in the biggest race of their lives. And with the race economy improving, they can look forward with confidence to having a ride again next year.

It's morning again in Indianapolis, and under the leadership of Randy Bernard, the Indy Racing League is seeking to improve, to become prouder and stronger and better. Why would we ever want to watch NASCAR?

(With apologies to Hal Riner, creator of "It's Morning in America.")

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  1. I've enjoyed following your posts and comments from the track for the past week or so. Thanks for the EXTRA EFFORT in bringing a fresh perspective to the big event.

  2. Thanks, Bob. I'm glad you like it. I appreciate it.


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